And a large, red, Team Aqua emblem. Oh crap, not here too... More sabotage, and they were being much more brazen about it here than the Mantine tanks. The ride had completely stopped, and Joshua had been winded by the bar suddenly punching him in the stomach. Billy screamed about wanting to get off, and Joshua couldn't help but agree, though the metal bar completely prevented them from doing so. He began to look around, for any possible solutions. A control box had been damaged, which was probably the reason they'd stopped. What really got Joshua's attention though was the small radio on the side of the tunnel. Apparently it got some kind of signal, as it started to blink faster and faster... And it had an effect on the Sharpedo above them, driving them positively ballistic - it reminded Joshua of the Lake of Rage incident in Johto from when he was younger. Team Rocket had broadcast a radio signal that forced all the Magikarp in the lake to evolve to Gyarados and drove them wild. This seemed to be the same thing, except no evolution. Yet. The Sharpedo were now attacking the glass tunnel, attempting to break through - if they weren't stopped, they'd be devoured, if they didn't drown first. It was a terrifying situation straight out of a Final Destination movie (Joshua had never liked them).
He reached into his pocket, and grabbed the third Pokéball. He couldn't really move, but he managed to enlarge it and toss it. The ball opened to reveal Livewire the Stunfisk. Joshua had a desperate idea. "Livewire, I need your help! You must have some electricity charged inside you - you have the Static ability after all - I need you to try and short out that blinking device on the tunnel wall!"